- Services would be restricted or even unavailable over the weekend
- People may or may not be able to access their accounts
- How is it that access to your deposits is subject to stock market volatility?
- Pushing for legislation to convert all deposits into stock in the banks
- A major world event
Nothing creates a world event more than the banks or the government messing with people’s money. Under the guise of system upgrades, many major banks and credit unions decided to announce, after business hours on Friday, that services would be restricted or even unavailable over the weekend.
People may or may not be able to access their accounts or they would have restrictions placed on their accounts. These major banks include Chase, Wells Fargo and the Bank of China. The reason given was for the customer’s “better security” and to “serve you better.”
Wells Fargo even said on their web site that services will be limited or unavailable during system upgrades, stock market volatility or “other” reasons. So, how is it that access to your deposits is subject to stock market volatility? Does that mean if the bank’s stock crashes your deposits disappear? How about any other reasons they deem important enough to restrict access to your deposits?
The FDIC and the Bank of England are pushing for legislation to convert all deposits into stock in the banks. This way when you deposit your money, the banks gamble it away in the derivatives markets and, when they lose, they just confiscate all your money to cover their losses – they didn’t lose, you lost.
Bankers believe that your money is theirs and they can take it little by little. They won’t take it all at once because, after all, taking it all at once would trigger a major world event.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: That the once-upon-a-time safety you felt having your money in a bank is gone.
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because the people of Cyprus only had some of their money taken and it was called an account tax or wealth tax. There won’t be any calling it a tax when all your money disappears all at once.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Anyone worried about the safety of their life savings in a bank should be getting it out tomorrow morning.
COMMENTARY: The risk you are taking by have your money in the bank has just increased substantially. These bankers have been positioning for this next move for decades. They now have their people in prominent positions of power so they can pull off their schemes smoothly. These people are so distant from the customers who patronize their banks that they just see all this as business as usual. This won’t effect them – only you. Don’t expect anyone to save you or provide any justice in your favor because it is all so carefully crafted that you won’t have any grounds to base your complaint on. These are the Ivy League financiers who were educated to do all this legally. To them, it’s just a game they are playing patiently and precisely with more surprises to come.